Alessandra La Via

: Live More Offline, a leader in optimising digital work culture, has announced a strategic partnership with 4 Day Week Global, the foundation that is seeking to change the future of work through working smarter, not longer, and spearheading pilot programs across the world to support companies in moving to a 4 day week.

This innovative collaboration will provide member companies with access to data-driven insights into their employees’ digital work experiences and comprehensive training to facilitate digital culture change. By adopting a data-led approach, companies can renegotiate their relationship with technology, focusing on improving the Three Pillars of a Healthy Digital Culture®: wellbeing, performance, and belonging in digital work.

“We are thrilled to partner with 4 Day Week Global to bring our expertise in digital culture to a broader community,” said Alessandra La Via, Founder at Live More Offline. “We deeply believe in the purpose of their movement, which aligns with our goal of empowering companies to enhance the wellbeing, performance and belonging of their employees in the digital workplace.”

Live More Offline has a successful track record of supporting companies in implementing shorter working week pilots, and has provided training to over 100 companies to improve employee wellbeing, and talent retention through digital culture. Leveraging its expertise, Live More Offline will guide member companies through workshops aimed at optimising digital culture to help employees regain valuable time. These sessions will also explore the intrinsic link between digital ways of working and organisational Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) allowing companies to quantify the benefits of smart working practices.


Alessandra La Via added: “This partnership reflects our commitment to shaping a future where companies can thrive by embracing healthier and more productive digital work practices.”

Dr Dale Whelehan, 4 Day Week Global CEO, shared: “In joining forces with Live More Offline, we are advancing our mission to reshape the future of work globally. Embracing a 4 day week is not just about reducing hours; it’s about fostering a culture that values well-being, performance, and a sense of belonging in the digital realm. This collaboration underscores our dedication to empowering companies through innovative strategies for smarter and more sustainable work, aligning seamlessly with the ethos of our movement.”